Used 2017 GMCTerrain SLE-1 SUV

  • VIN: 2GKALMEK1H6192520
  • Stock: 4435
Odometer
35,301 miles
Fuel Economy
21.0/31.0 mpg City/Hwy
Exterior Color
Summit White
Interior Color
Jet Black
Body
SUV
Transmission
Automatic
Drivetrain
Front-wheel Drive
Engine
2.4L I-4 cyl
GMC Terrain
  • Carfax One Owner

Detailed Specifications

Dealer Notes

KBB.com Brand Image Awards. Boasts 31 Highway MPG and 21 City MPG! This GMC Terrain delivers a Gas/Ethanol I4 2.4L/145 engine powering this Automatic transmission. TRANSMISSION, 6-SPEED AUTOMATIC (STD), SUMMIT WHITE, SLE-1 PREFERRED EQUIPMENT GROUP Includes Standard Equipment.

This GMC Terrain Comes Equipped with These Options
SEATS, FRONT BUCKET (STD), JET BLACK, PREMIUM CLOTH SEAT TRIM, ENGINE, 2.4L DOHC 4-CYLINDER SIDI (SPARK IGNITION DIRECT INJECTION) with VVT (Variable Valve Timing) (182 hp [135.7 kW] @ 6700 rpm, 172 lb-ft [232.2 N-m] @ 4900 rpm) (STD), AXLE, 3.23 FINAL DRIVE RATIO, AUDIO SYSTEM, COLOR TOUCH AM/FM/SIRIUSXM STEREO WITH MP3 PLAYBACK includes 7" diagonal color touch-screen display, USB port, AUX port and iPod support (STD) (Includes Bluetooth for phone only.), Wipers, front intermittent with washers, Wiper, rear intermittent with washer, Windows, power with driver and front passenger Express-Down, Wheels, 4 - 18" x 7.0" (45.7 cm x 17.8 cm) aluminum, Visors, driver and front passenger illuminated vanity mirrors.

Stop By Today
Come in for a quick visit at Stuteville Ford of Atoka, 1601 S. Mississippi, Atoka, OK 74525 to claim your GMC Terrain!

KBB.com Consumer Reviews

Kelley Blue Book - KBB.com
Overall4Out of 5
  • Buy Something Else

    By LilMansMom on Monday, January 08, 2018

    1.0
    Burns oil like oil rig after an explosion. Had the oil consumption test completed at local dealership and after it was all said and done over the specified time frame of testing, was told it is within the limits allowed by the manufacturer for its oil consumption. The AC had to be replaced last year. Then as of this weekend, the check engine light came on and the code was for rapid misfire Idle was awful, display showed service stability traction and Engine Power is Reduced. It wouldnt run over 20 mph and nothing over 8 mph going uphill. Also believe the catalytic converter needs to be replaced. With everything we have dealt with since having this vehicle, knowing what I know now, I would have purchased a different vehicle. Never again once I can get rid of it. Thankfully my husband husband was a mechanic for many years prior to his career change and has been able to fix everything that has been wrong and Ive been able to save money in repairs due to that, but thats beside the point. Do not buy this vehicle if you can help it.
  • Nothing not to like

    By OC Mike on Monday, November 06, 2017

    5.0
    We have owned the 2012 GMC Terrain for 2 years. We purchased CPO off of a three year lease with only 9,000 miles. It is the LS (base model), which comes nicely equipped. We wanted a nice SUV for vacations and carrying our bikes. It has more than met our expectations. Nice looking, not overly flashy, but nicely equipped for a base model. We have had no problems and it has decent fuel efficiency. Its a bit sluggish from 0 to 40, but fine on highways. It was a very good buy for 19,000 dollars and has been a great vehicle for us.
  • DON'T BUY THIS VEHICLE IT NEEDS TO BE RECALLED

    By couch potato on Wednesday, March 13, 2019

    1.0
    GM needs to issue a recall for this vehicle and all the others listed in GM service bulletin #14882. The bulletin describes what needs to happen when repairing a failed rear main seal. The PCV system gets clogged and freezes, causing the rear main seal to fail. There's a picture, in that bulletin, of a 1/16 inch drill bit being used to clear the clog out of the PCV system. That size hole isn't efficient to release the pressure caused by a running engine. The pressure has to be released somewhere, and that's when the rear main seal fails. I was told by GM customer service that only certain VIN's are covered by that bulletin. The bulletin covers those certain vehicles for 10 years, or 120,00 miles. GM expects it customers to cover the repair cost of this poorly designed engine. I didn't design this engine, why should I have to pay for their mistake? This is a manufacturers defect, it should be covered regardless of age or miles. Do yourself a favor and Google GM service bulletin #14882 and ACDelco Canada rear main seal 2013 GMC Terrain, and see the evidence for yourself.

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